Thousands of people around the world expressed support for the Palestinians in protests Some of the worst fights Since the 2014 Gaza War, conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians have continued. On Saturday, demonstrators from Canada to Japan waved flags and chanted “Free Palestine.”
At the time of the protests, tensions and violence in the area increased, at least 145 Palestinians and 10 Israelis were killed, Including children.
During Ramadan last week, Israeli security forces attacked the Al-Aqsa Mosque, wounding dozens of believers and causing Hamas to retaliate with rockets. The violence began.The Israeli police also Violent suppression of protesters Protested the deportation of Palestinians from their homes near Sheikh Jarrah.
The video also shows Israel Iron Dome Defense System It illuminated the night sky when it intercepted a series of rockets.
Saturday, Israeli air strikes Attack on a refugee camp in Gaza, Killed eight children and two women. A few hours later, more airstrikes destroyed a 12-story residential building in Gaza that houses international news organizations such as the Associated Press and Al Jazeera. The move was widely condemned as a threat to press freedom in the region.
The Israeli military claimed that the attack on the building-coming so fast that reporters had to leave equipment behind-was necessary because it contained “Hamas military intelligence assets.“However, the Associated Press Say “There is no sign that Hamas is active in or in the building.”
A statement from the news agency said: “This is something we do our best to actively check.” “We will never deliberately put our reporters in danger.”
On Saturday, President Joe Biden had a conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Express “serious concern” The content of the call revealed the relevant situation, but did not directly mention the Israeli air strikes.
The latest round of violence has spurred people around the world to unite, and some protesters have faced police violence.